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Blood Orange Cocktail Syrup

The premium blood orange cocktail syrup with its red color and citrus flavor of the blood orange makes it a unique choice that takes any drink recipe to an exotic place. Our Blood Orange Syrup can enhance any cocktail with its balanced sweet and bitter palate.

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Blood Orange Cocktail Syrup

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Blood Orange Cocktail Syrup

The premium blood orange cocktail syrup with its red color and citrus flavor of the blood orange makes it a unique choice that takes any drink recipe to an exotic place. Our Blood Orange Syrup can enhance any cocktail with its balanced sweet and bitter palate.

Ingredients: Blood orange juice concentrate, cane sugar, water, gum arabic, citric acid, malic acid, sodium chloride, carmine, natural flavors

Gluten-Free
Natural Ingredients Settle, Shake Well

Product Storage: Refrigerate once opened. Store in refrigerator for up to two months. Unopened bottles can be stored without refrigeration for up to two years.

Available Sizes: 150 ML, 375 ML, 750 ML

Product Information: glass bottle

Blood oranges continue to thrive in Mediterranean climates such as Italy, Spain and Malta. California, with its Mediterranean-like climate, produces the majority of the U.S. crop, though Arizona, Texas and Florida grow some as well.

There are three main types of blood oranges: moro, tarocco and sanguinello. Moros are the most common blood oranges in U.S. markets. They have a bright orange rind blushed with red, and they’re valued for their pleasingly sweet-tart flavor and consistently deep crimson flesh.

When selecting blood oranges, look for unblemished, bright orange-colored fruit, some with an attractive rose-colored blush. The fruit should be heavy for its size and should emit a slightly sweet, floral fragrance. Blood oranges can be stored on the counter for several days or in a refrigerator fruit bin for up to a week. For the best flavor, bring the fruit to room temperature before eating.

Slicing into a blood orange is almost as exciting as eating one. With one quick pierce of the flesh, you will see instantly why they’re called blood, or sanguine, oranges.

Featured Recipe: Blood Orange Margarita

2 oz Tequila
1 oz Lime
1/2 oz Liquid Alchemist Blood Orange Syrup
pinch salt
Shake with ice, serve on the rocks. Garnish with an orange slice.

See More Blood Orange Cocktail Recipes

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150 ML, 375 ML, 750 ML

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